STATE JOURNAL VIEW: Please donate your time or money as reading program recharges and refines its mission
"As usual, Johnson and his allies are spreading misinformation and imagining conspiracies that do not exist."
"Legislators of both parties should trust the flexible, science-based approach Thompson proposes, as opposed to the anti-scientific hysteria of Nass."
"Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo cannot survive in office," writes The News' Editorial Board.
STATE JOURNAL VIEW: Failing to act will only cost more in lost potential and fractured lives
STATE JOURNAL VIEW: Court case highlights extreme risk and miniscule reward
"It is entirely reasonable for the Wisconsin Election Commission to explore prospects for barring Trump and others who encouraged the insurrectionists from the state ballot."
STATE JOURNAL VIEW: Keeping big bus stations off State Street in Madison preserves exciting options for future.
"Democrats and responsible Republicans should unite in opposing any effort to override Evers’ veto."
STATE JOURNAL VIEW: State lawmakers shouldn't chill classroom discussions
"We have no doubt that reasonable concerns on the part of the business owners can be addressed with smart urban design interventions."
STATE JOURNAL VIEW: Just ask Abraham Lincoln, who espoused these American values during our nation's darkest days
STATE JOURNAL VIEW: Downtown needs more events and engagement
"Evers is going to have to veto some part of this proposal, and there are good arguments for scrapping the whole thing."
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Last Sunday, Tulsa World reporter Corey Jones showed that 18 people died in 15 OHP pursuits in the past five years, but that none of the chased drivers were suspected of violent crimes when the pursuit began, the editorial says.
STATE JOURNAL VIEW: Rep. Dave Murphy and Co. should focus on Wisconsin's many challenges, rather than jetting to Arizona for partisan photo-ops
"Most Republicans, most conservatives and most Trump apologists voted for the holiday."